I hope this finds you pleased to be through the worst of our Covid problem, for the time being, and that you are able to get out and see friends and family if possible. It’s been a long go.
A few weeks ago, we had a gorgeous sunset, which drove me to the easel so I could capture it permanently for years to come.
This scene is from our side window and captures the Columbia River Wetlands to the North of us, in full flood. These wetlands are designated a Ramsar site, established by UNESCO to conserve wetlands of international importance.
Besides sharing my latest painting with you, I am letting you know that I am taking part in the Columbia Basin Culture Tour, Aug 9 & 10, 10AM - 5PM. It will have a different spin on it this year as all venues are to be held outside, and we must observe physical distancing. I am praying for a rain-and-wind-free-weekend, so keep your fingers crossed for me, and be sure to mark it on your calendars if it works out at all for you to pop in. The tour will be held throughout the Columbia River Basin with a variety of different disciplines showing their works. I will post more information in the coming week.
Keep in mind that those of you who have purchased a painting from me before (over $100.00), automatically receive 10% off a future painting, or more if you've bought more than one.
My husband's book is still available.
There are about 40 left of the first printing.
Contact me for more information. It's a real page turner.